Spoilers: Season 8. Lots of finale speculation.
Disclaimer: Don't own. Don't even want to own, considering how bad some episodes have been (Lana? Has superpowers? Really?)
Summary: Are we or aren’t we?
Notes: So this is my first time writing Smallville fic of any kind, so be kind! Comments are very welcome.
"That's what friends do."
Wing on WingFandom: Twilight/The Dark Knight
Nothing. That's what I own. If I was SMeyer...well, let's just not get into that, 'kay?Summary: "I called you a bad stalker. That's not exactly an insult."
This is kind of crazy and completely un-beta-ed, but it more or less ate my brain so I'm posting it now anyway. Title from "Dream of a Blessed Spirit" by Yeats.
I've been thinking of doing a companion to this, too - a chaptered (-gasp- non-one shot Twilight fic? Inconceivable!) fic from Bella's POV with bits and pieces that take place before and after this story.
So, after reading this
today, I was so inspired (and, also, tickled pink at the fact that the main character and I share the same name) that I put off studying for finals and dashed something off. Tell me if you like - or if you think anything of it at all, actually. Concrit always welcome.
Title: Glory, Glory, Glory
Disclaimer: So incredibly not mine. Also, title and end quote from Dylan Thomas.
Word Count: 1968
Summary: Her car is already speeding along the road, his words lost in the dust behind her.
Notes: Probably terrible, since it was written between my two hardest finals (oh, calculus, french, why must you torture me so?). Much thanks to the wonderful ophelietta
for her amazing, fic-inspiring work - which, as some of you may know, has been a big issue with me lately.
So, to all of you wonderful writers, readers, and assorted others who are involved with this series, I'm coming to you with a request:
Plain and simple, I need someone to revive my joy in this fandom. Lately, every time I think about ficcing Twilight-related anything, the first thought that pops into my head is how incessantly annoying Bella can be, how much the distinctly anti-feminist plot irks me, or the monotony that is Edward-and-the-endless-repeating-of-his-
perfection. If anyone can find a way for me to circumvent this, I'd be pretty darn grateful. I really have enjoyed reading snatches of fic during my off-moments this school year, and my only regret is that they'll have to stay bookmarked in my phone's ToReview list until summer comes and I actually have time to do the authors justice. Sadly, I can only get on this faithful comp of mine at an hour this late on one of the few weekends that I'm free.
I know, even as I write this, that this post might be taken in any number of lights, most of them unpleasant. And to all of the people who choose to view it that way, you have my apologies. I mean no disrespect to Ms. Meyer or the effort she put forth into creating the series. It's just that, lately, as I find my own literary horizons broaden, I find myself more and more dissatisfied with the books. For all I know, this is just a temporary fit of irritation brought on by too much deconstructing and too many essays on archetypes. But that's not certain. What I do know for sure is that I, like Bella, found myself hopelessly intoxicated by the Twilight fandom, and no matter how small my contact with it is during the school year, I am highly reluctant to be parted from it - admittedly, doing so would not render me near-comatose from the tragedy of it all, but, in general, I'm not a creature given to extremes, middle school notwithstanding.
If only I could be more eloquent. But it's four in the freaking morning, and I have an Amnesty International meeting tomorrow afternoon. Do with this what you will, fair fandom.
Title: The World is Moving (I'm Standing Still)
Disclaimer: Je n'ai rien. Which is French for Meyer owns.
Pairing: Edward/Piano, and various others
Word Count: 2,799
Summary: Lazarus, come forth.
a/n: Title from The Weepies. This is un-betaed, so feedback is much appreciated.
I've been toying around with a Twilight fic for quite some time now...it's an idea brought on by the fabulous anythingbutgrey
and her personal canon version of Edward...who's pretty amazing and more or less kicks canon!Edward's sparkly cold butt (incidentally, does putting it that way make anyone else think of those $5.00 roll-on body glitter sticks from grade school?)
The thing is, I've got enough to do with science fair and mid-terms and SATs and general I-hate-school-will-it-never-end-itis that I shouldn't even be on lj at all (actually, the only way I've been able to keep up with fandom at all is by checking my friends page on my phone in study hall...which is incredibly awkward looking, but still). The point being, I don't want to start anything right now, especially writing-wise, because the effort I can/have put into it is nowhere near what it should be. So, here's where the advice comes in...read the little snippet below, then tell me...should I continue? Yea? Nay? Or should I leave this up to the
other authors out there who can give fics the attention they deserve?
Oh, and keep in mind that this is just the very beginning. This is just a snippet of an idea that I had in study hall and typed up on my phone in the car this afternoon (btw -- touch screen typing? so
I'm back! Finally, I know. I got buried under homework, though. Which is actually the reason behind my latest offering of fic...about Beowulf, book not movie (which sucked). This is kind of my own personal canon for the queen. It was supposed to be for a class assignment but it spun way out of control and morphed into fic. Which is actually kind of sad, come to think of it, because I didn't even like the poem. I guess I missed ficcing that much. -grin-
Disclaimer: Not mine. No one knows whose it is, but definitely not mine.
Just three short drabbles about Charlie post-change.
Busy on my fic for twilight_tables
. It's taking forever, especially since I took that job babysitting. The kids are pretty awesome, but I haven't watched so much Disney in ages. Hence, my Life With Derek fic (which is my new favorite show...until House comes back on.)
And I don't. Of course, until now, I hadn't particularly liked writing oneshots, either. I blame Jacob. Title
: Triangles With Linear Qualities Fandom:
Jacob, Bella, mentions of EdwardSummary:
This could be a Dr. Seuss book.Notes:
Honestly, I have no idea where this came from. Just....try and enjoy it. Or at least not run away screaming.